F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! YAY, dark folk!
Liz Courts wrote:
"Nature does not consider life sacred." Zaqen drew a hooked blade already stained red. "Nature will destroy life on a whim, pointlessly. There's always more life waiting to replace what dies, and to feed on the dead. Life is not sacred, any more than mud or rocks or ashes. Nothing so plentiful can be precious." —Tim Pratt, Liar's Blade
Love this quote!
It's possible. A small scythe would be one handed weapon; The penalty for weilding two of them would be -4/-4 with two-weapon fighting, plus being small your looking at a -2 size penalty.
An 11th level Two-Weapon Warrior gains Improved Balance.
Improved Balance (Ex)
At 11th level, the attack penalties for fighting with two weapons are reduced by –1 for a two-weapon warrior. Alternatively, he may use a one-handed weapon in his off-hand, treating it as if it were a light weapon with the normal light weapon penalties.
Hawke's Staff of Parthalan
1) High level cleric; I'm sure he has a spell for that. Also he could be a vampire lord, and if I recall they could walk about in the sun.
2) Just bite them in the head
Its blade can extend or retract, being in the form of a dagger when resting, and a full-length broadsword form when at full strength and power. The blade itself is near indestructible, shown to be extremely strong, durable, and laser-sharp. It is able to slice through hardened materials such as steel and solid stone with relative ease.
So maybe a dagger that becomes bastard sword? The closest "broadsword" is the nine-ring broadsword (1d8, x3), but you could redsign it to fit your needs. Also a sun blade wouldn't be to shabby, light as short sword and bastard sword damage. Plus the blade is great against undead (Mumm-Ra).
As for stats I think his Dex should be a bit higher; A point or two, but at least at 13 he qualifies for dodge and the like. Lion-O is nimble, not as much as Tygra or Cheetra.
If I got sucked into Golarion I'd end up as either A) a wizard, B) a sorcerer (I've been told I have a charismatic character), C) a bard (again charisma) D) oracle (charisma, but this would only happen if "The Powers That Be" found it ironic to give me divine powers).
Experiment 626 wrote:
Or just play an antipaladin of those gods.
What class would he be and stats? I've thought paladin but he's not really a holy warrior. Then ranger but he's more of a two handed wielder than two weapon fighter. Fighter seemed good but he has some magic. And magus just doesn't seem right for some reason but maybe it'll work. Any ideas or recommendations?
Well going the ranger you could always go Two-Handed
If the Ranger selects two-handed weapon style, he can choose from the following list whenever he gains a combat style feat:
Cleave, Power Attack, Pushing Assault, and Shield of Swings.
At 6th level, he adds Furious Focus and Great Cleave to the list.
A humanoid who dies of ghoul fever rises as a ghoul at the next midnight. A humanoid who becomes a ghoul in this way retains none of the abilities it possessed in life.
What happens to the eidolon after it's succumbed to the disease should be left up the GM. Perhaps it becomes something akin to ghul, or some type of undead unfettered eidlon. What ever the choice I think it should view the summoner as lunch.
I will buy Distant Worlds and two Remarkable Races of your choice for the first three posters that want them.
James Jacobs wrote:
Yeah... giving worshipers of the Peacock Spirit Trickery, Evil, Nobility, and Rune are all great choices. Aside from what we've revealed about this guy in Runelords, though... we don't have much more information about him at all yet. He was created by Wolfgang Baur in Pathfinder #1, and like the Oliphaunt of Jandelay (which he also created) we've been tinkering with the idea ever since. Neither was originally part of Runelords, and since by the time we got in Wolf's "history of Thassilon" article, work had already been proceeding apace on all of the other adventures, we didn't really have the luxury of weaving them into the AP in a more significant role. You can certainly expect us to return to both of these mysterious forces at some point in the future, though!
Hmm, might be worth it, but you do lose the major draw of being a barbarian: Rage.
What you lose being an android:
What you get:
I still don't like the loss of the rage bonuses, and I would probably find an archetype that replaces or modifies rage.